R. Timothy Lade pontificates about politics, but not to his students on the bus
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Timothy Lade predicted an Obama loss over three years ago.
In a late night dinner at the upscale Lade residence in Allouez, R. Timothy Lade predicted that Barrack Hussein Obama would not be reelected as president in his next term. Lade in a casual conversation commented prior to the dinner in the Lade dinning room of steak cooked on an open grill. He went on to say that after Obama's economic bail out measures in the winter of 2008-2009 and all the money he spent, putting the United States in deep debt, "Obama couldn't get elected dog catcher."
Lade 65, works as a school bus driver at Lamer's Bus Lines in East De Pere, while his wife a paralegal for Humana Insurance Services in Green
Bay works from home. Neither Lade or his wife Joanne 57, have strong political beliefs since being betrayed by Ross Perot in the 92 election, however Lade has a keen eye for what people think. "I like to watch people" says lade, he also went on to say that he and Joanne like to "make fun of
people at their own expense", a somewhat brash characteristic that has been perfected by the Lades over the past twenty years. While the two bask in the humorous remarks made by them at strangers and friends alike, neither will reveal the secret which allows the pair to come up with the cleaver dialog which is at someone else's expense.
Lade the professional at making humorous remarks at someone else's expense ran out of words however when it came to his own obituary. Lade has contacted this writer years ago regarding his final epitaph and awarded that task to me. If Obama looses in 2012, I will be sure to mention in it that he predicted the winner of the election long before anyone else including the political pundits.
POQUETTE-SEIDL ENJOYING LAST HURRAH
Jean Poquette-Seidl is enjoying the last good things in life as she prepares for barratric surgery in less than 20 days.
Alcohol consumption, fatty foods, and candy has been what Poquette-Seidl has been living on since she received the nod to confirm the surgery. Her attitude toward the surgery and her obvious surrender to any dieting or attention to her body has not gone unnoticed by her sisters, the Kat cautioned her
by trying to get her to cut back on eating candy. Kat speaking to Poquette-Seidl in a scolding manor suggested that the doctor will cut a hole in her belly and a bag full of skittles will come out.
Poquette-Seidl is planning to be isolated from society after her surgery and will not enjoy any social activities for years to come according to her. The Kat has instructed her that her life is not over but will be just beginning.